They said that the crazy golf would be well upgraded from the last one at the regular holiday park I go to. They weren't wrong.
It took up a whole field and also twisted and turned, rose and fell with no apparent end. It circled a lake, and must have cost them a lot of money.
The first hole had you putting the ball into a launcher tube which then took it up about ten meters on a seventy degree incline before it curved back down and slammed the ball onto the course again. As for me, I had to walk it up stairs. It was then a simple matter of putting the ball into the hole.
The second hole had fans which turned on and off at random intervals. The trick was to wait until the fans had just turned off, then hit the ball as fast as you can. Then it was a slight incline, with a fan behind the hole which would stop the ball getting up the incline when on.
The third hole was, quite literally, a rollercoaster. The ball had to be hit onto a mini coaster train, which would then close up and shoot off. Again, the player had to walk it. By now, I was getting tired. When I arrived, the train was nowhere in sight. It then pulled up again. It had done another circuit. Pressing a button on the side before it could start up again shut it off. I then hit the ball into the hole, which was at the bottom of a slide. Again, a small slide so I couldn't use it. A look downwards told me not to even bother risking it. I was now at least fifteen meters off the ground.
The forth hole features a loop the loop, and was designed like a Sonic the Hedgehog level. It was curving around the lake, and was the longest hole of the course.
The fifth hole was a maze. Quite literally, a maze. To get down to it, there was a proper slide, but the ball had to be hit softly, otherwise it wouldn't go down the slide - more like fall and get lost in the maze. It took me two hours to get out, since it was that big.
Thankfully, the holes were getting shorter, with the sixth being little more than a bridge over the river that connects the lake to another. The seventh was a roundabout on a road, with the eighth having the ball putted through a full sized ASDA. The ninth rose up, then down again, over something resembling a hill. On the downward part, it curved around the hill banking so that it matched the exact contours of it.
I had got around the course, but when I looked the time in the rest room it had only been five minutes since I'd set off. Looking at my watch, it said exactly the same thing.
Shaking my head, I exit the building and go ahead to do something else, my tiredness also abated as well as the phenomenal time taken.
Crazy Shorts are simple stories that only take a short amount of time to write. Maybe just one part, or one episode of up to six parts. If a crazy short is started, it won't conflict with other stories on here. In other words, the two regular parts uploaded of the main stories, plus a part of this. Bear in mind though, that the upload of these will be random and not follow a timetable of additions like the main stories do.